Kudos to Magufuli for austerity measures but govt must review tax, civil service salaries
THE GUARDIAN | 27th Nov 15
We are appalled by recent revelation of widespread illicit trade in small arms and light weapons in our society. A recent study on peace and security in Tanzania has attributed insecurity in some parts of the country to the spread of small arms and illicit weapons.
THE GUARDIAN | 26th Nov 15
The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference will be held in Paris from November 30 to December 11. It will be the 21st yearly session of the Conference of the Parties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the 11th session of the meeting of the Parties to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol.
THE GUARDIAN | 25th Nov 15
Farmers in Tanzania are experiencing difficulties in accessing and applying agro- inputs, vital tools in crop production. This despite the fact that Tanzania is among the countries that assented to the Maputo Declaration on Agriculture and Food Security agreeing to dedicate 10 per cent of their national budget allocation to agriculture development.
THE GUARDIAN | 24th Nov 15
Members of Parliament face a challenging task in fulfilling their core and at times conflicting responsibilities within government and society. They are expected to provide a voice for the people for example represent their constituents' interests and views within the national government.
THE GUARDIAN | 23rd Nov 15
BARELY a week after Tanzania’s national soccer team (Taifa Stars) earned us the worst shame in recent memory, Mainland and Zanzibar teams have kicked off the Senior Challenge Cup in Addis Ababa.
THE GUARDIAN | 20th Nov 15
Yesterday Tanzania marked the climax of the World Toilet Day and Sanitation Week. It is estimated that about 2.4 billion people do not have adequate sanitation worldwide.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th Nov 15
The government has reassured the public that the planned modification of Dar es Salaam’s popular Coco Beach will not violate Tanzania’s laws – notably, we believe, the 1999 Land Act and the 2004 Environmental Management Act.
THE GUARDIAN | 18th Nov 15
Young people are often heralded as the leaders of tomorrow, yet in reality they are already leading important change today. People under age 30 make up over 60 per cent of our 2.
THE GUARDIAN | 17th Nov 15
Who cares about your safety at work? The answer is no one, not your immediate supervisor and not even your own self. Before you argue otherwise, first ask yourself, do you know where the emergency exit is in your office building? Are there fire extinguishers in your building, do you know where they are and can you operate them? When was the last time your office conducted an emergency drill, in fact have you ever conducted an emergency drill? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, consider yourself the exception rather than the rule.
THE GUARDIAN | 16th Nov 15
We saw it all: a matter of three minutes into the second half was enough to frustrate hosts Taifa Stars during the first leg of the 2018 World Cup playoff against visiting Algeria at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Saturday.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 15th Nov 15
News is awash in public circles affirming that a cross-section of erstwhile voters are now discarding their Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) cards in protest against what they term as ‘failure by the authorities to respect the will of the people expressed through the ballot box’.
THE GUARDIAN | 14th Nov 15
On his first official work day, President Dr John Magufuli paid a surprise visit to the Ministry of Finance before he held a high-profile meeting at the State House the following day.
THE GUARDIAN | 13th Nov 15
We are more than excited to hear that the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) is optimistic that it will collect a staggering 12.3 trn/- in taxes in the 2015/2016 financial year.
THE GUARDIAN | 12th Nov 15
The Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) has launched a campaign to teach school students not to use chemical laden cosmetics. The campaign has being christened ‘Operation to Eradicate Cosmetics with Toxic Chemicals,’ and is being conducted in the Southern Highlands as a starting point ahead of being rolled out across the country.
THE GUARDIAN | 11th Nov 15
With Dr John Magufuli having just taken over as Tanzania’s fifth-phase President, a World Bank Doing Business Report has slightly moved the country a step up the ladder in improving the business environment.
THE GUARDIAN | 10th Nov 15
The world has poised itself to end extreme poverty by 2030, only 15 years from now. The goals are very ambitious and one might even argue that they are rather unrealistic. Had the argument been from an individual or small agency, it may well be swept under the carpet with the rest of the dirt but the argument is from the World Bank.
THE GUARDIAN | 9th Nov 15
The retirement of Twiga Stars’ talismanic striker Ester Chabruma puts pressure on the Tanzania Women Football Association (TWFA) to inject new blood into the game. The striker has left behind players who are also predominantly on their last-gasp of breath and are expected to follow Chabruma’s steps in the not so distant future.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 8th Nov 15
President John Magufuli earned a measure of respect on Friday morning when he stormed, virtually, into leisurely offices of the Ministry of Finance to hold some urgent consultation with its senior officials.
THE GUARDIAN | 7th Nov 15
The new President, Dr John Magufuli, has hit the ground running with the appointment of George Masaju as his Attorney General. Masaju first served in the legal docket during Jakaya Kikwetes last term of his presidency following the resignation of former Attorney General, Frederick Werema, who was implicated in the Escrow Account scandal.
THE GUARDIAN | 6th Nov 15
There's no doubt that elections are over – except in Zanzibar, where democracy has been muzzled by the powers that be. Zanzibar is again proving right the notion that in African countries, it’s all so easy to preach democracy but so tough to practise it.
THE GUARDIAN | 5th Nov 15
Young people are often heralded as the leaders of tomorrow, yet in reality they are already leading important change today. People under age 30 make up over 60 per cent of our 2.
THE GUARDIAN | 4th Nov 15
Last week President Jakaya Kikwete launched the Commodity Exchange that is aimed at unlocking the farmers’ potentials in marketing their agricultural commodities. Inaugurating the exchange in Dar es Salaam, the President was not hesitant to highlight the fact that the launch was an historic one because it would usher in revolution in agriculture, which the country largely depends on for its economic take off.
THE GUARDIAN | 3rd Nov 15
“The most important security is that of the stomach," Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB), declared at the opening of the conference on agriculture and agro-industry, "Feeding Africa", held in Dakar, Senegal from October 21-23, this year.
THE GUARDIAN | 2nd Nov 15
Saturday’s eruption of violence at two soccer stadiums, one in Tanga and the other in Mwanza, should jolt match officials into enhanced vigilance particularly with respect to the early stages we are still at in the premier and First Division leagues.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 1st Nov 15
Tanzania will next Thursday officially have the fifth president of the United Republic following the promulgation of an election victory of the CCM presidential candidate, Dr John Magufuli.
THE GUARDIAN | 31st Oct 15
Tanzanians have once again written history by electing CCM presidential candidate Dr John Pombe Magufuli the country’s fifth President. This means the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi has extended its 51-year reign after its presidential candidate defeated Chadema’s Edward Lowassa by a margin of over two million votes, according to the National Electoral Commission (NEC).
THE GUARDIAN | 30th Oct 15
We are horrified by the rather explosive situation prevailing in Zanzibar now. This is after the Zanzibar Electoral Commission (ZEC) decided to nullify the results of the Isles presidential election.
THE GUARDIAN | 28th Oct 15
Tanzania's are slowly but surely coming to terms with the results of the presidential, parliamentary and civic elections held on Sunday. Depending on how the hard facts of the process sink in, different people will be licking their wounds in ways only they know how.
THE GUARDIAN | 27th Oct 15
Tanzania is ambitious to eject itself from the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) bracket and assume the status of middle income economy by the end of the first quarter of this century at the latest.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 25th Oct 15
Nobody knows the pain of losing an election when at the top better than former Nigerian head of state, Goodluck Jonathan, and it isn’t a matter of luck but an act of stewardship that he is here with us at the head of the Commonwealth observer team to our own elections.
THE GUARDIAN | 24th Oct 15
Plenty has been said concerning the 200 metres distance that voters and citizens in general will have to observe after voting, which seems to be the kinder version of things. The stern version of what is expected after one has cast his or her vote (and mostly it is the men who are being addressed) is to go home forthwith, and wait for results via ordinary channels of information.
THE GUARDIAN | 23rd Oct 15
There will surely have been people out there still questioning the level of the maturity of Tanzanians as a nation, doubting whether it was possible for us to have a whole sixty days of non-violent General Election campaigns.
THE GUARDIAN | 20th Oct 15
We are once again reminded of the importance of involving men in matters of reproductive health. This reminder has been sounded by the Zanzibar Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Mohamed Swale Jidawi recently at the launch of a project aimed at strengthening linkage between the community and health centres in the provision of comprehensive services for mother and child health.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th Oct 15
The opening of the Dar es Salaam-based Jakaya Kikwete Sports Park certainly points to a bright future as Tanzania strives to hone the talents of athletes from the grassroots level right into professionalism.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 18th Oct 15
News about signing of the pact for the construction of a flyover at Tazara intersections in Dar es Salaam on Thursday between the governments of Tanzania and Japan was warmly received by city residents.
THE GUARDIAN | 17th Oct 15
With only seven days remaining before Tanzanians go to the polls to elect their leaders, concerns have been raised by the largest opposition party, Chadema, with regard to the credibility of some of the registered would-be voters.
THE GUARDIAN | 16th Oct 15
The rebasing of the economy last year, which involved revising national accounts, has created a new economic outlook of the country. Among other things, the rebasing has expanded Tanzania’s output by over 32 per cent.
THE GUARDIAN | 15th Oct 15
There is every reason for the government to make a thorough review of whatever challenges have made it difficult for the once vehemently touted national Property and Business Formalisation Programme to bear the fruit it was expected to bear.
THE GUARDIAN | 14th Oct 15
Today Tanzanians are marking two events of national importance. First, the 16th anniversary of the passing away of the Father of the Nation, Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere. Second, the climax of this year's Uhuru Torch race - underscored the unity this country has enjoyed for decades.
THE GUARDIAN | 13th Oct 15
The African Union Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC) has appealed to Tanzania and Ivory Coast to hold corruption free elections as the two countries head to the polls later in the coming two weeks.
THE GUARDIAN | 12th Oct 15
Much as Tanzania would like to make progress in soccer on the continent and beyond, there is only one way to achieve this objective. The big mistake our football clubs and the respective federation keep making is to downplay the role of grassroots development.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 11th Oct 15
Following the midweek win on a 2-0 margin for Taifa Stars over Malawi’s Flames, head coach Charles Mkwasa was on record urging his players to avoid complacency, the idea that the contest is closed, and the problem is how to tackle the next opponents.
THE GUARDIAN | 10th Oct 15
On Thursday it was announced that two high profile personalities who served in previous African governments as heads of state will lead two teams of election observers in the country’s October 25 general elections.
THE GUARDIAN | 9th Oct 15
The recent assurance by Tanzanian President, Jakaya Kikwete to Kenya that the country is all out to maintain the existing cordial relations with the neighbouring country in various economic spheres is a welcome one.
THE GUARDIAN | 8th Oct 15
Over the last few years Tanzania’s economy has been growing at more than five percent each year. Although it has not grown by eight or more percent as required to reach the target of achieving a middle class economy by 2025, the country has not faired so badly.
THE GUARDIAN | 7th Oct 15
It was in late August this year that Works minister Dr John Pombe Joseph Magufuli, CCM’s flag bearer in the upcoming presidential election, officially kicked off his bid to succeed President Jakaya Kikwete.
THE GUARDIAN | 6th Oct 15
Tanzania is the second largest economy in the East African Community and the twelfth largest in Africa. The country is largely dependent on agriculture for employment, accounting for about half of the employed workforce.
THE GUARDIAN | 5th Oct 15
The two-year ban imposed on Mbeya City’s central defender Juma Nyoso last week goes down in the history of Mainland Tanzania as one of the severest in relation to the incident.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 4th Oct 15
Observers have been stuck in disdain at a formulation by the resident representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Thomas Baunsgaard. The IMF newcomer to Tanzania told a local daily that the depreciation of the shilling over the past nine months was alright, as it was a perfect natural adjustment placing it closer to its real value.
THE GUARDIAN | 3rd Oct 15
As the clock ticks towards polling day political stakeholders have strongly called on the National Electoral Commission (NEC) to conduct its duties fairly, freely and transparently to make the election credible.
THE GUARDIAN | 2nd Oct 15
On Wednesday this week, Tanzania joined other nations to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Older Persons aimed at recognising the contribution of older persons and to examine issues that affect their lives.
THE GUARDIAN | 1st Oct 15
The Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, William Lukuvi, last week said that invasion of open spaces and delays in issuance of title deeds were among the leading causes of land disputes in the country.
THE GUARDIAN | 30th Sep 15
If wishes were horses, men could ride, goes a famous English saying. In this connection, there are many wishes being tossed around by candidates vying for various elective posts in the National Assembly and local government authorities.
THE GUARDIAN | 29th Sep 15
Tanzania has been praised on progress made in achievement of several of the 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) particularly in education, gender equality and health. As the nation today launches the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it leaves much to be desired when schools across the country both in rural areas and in the cities are but ‘ghost town’ structures.
THE GUARDIAN | 28th Sep 15
The just-ended All Africa Games held in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, were a true eye opener for Tanzania in that they pointed to how we can and do feature in international sports.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 27th Sep 15
Mid this week the Minister for Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development William Lukuvi went on record as having said he would leave no stone unturned in seeing to it that all land officers failing to fulfill their responsibilities are taken to task.
NIPASHE JUMAPILI | 27th Sep 15
Vitendo vya uchomaji wa makanisa ambavyo vimejitokeza usiku wa kuamkia Jumanne wiki hii mjini Bukoba vimeisikitisha jamii kubwa ya Watanzania na kuelezwa kuwa ni tukio la kinyama lisiloweza kuvumilika.
THE GUARDIAN | 26th Sep 15
City arch-rivals Young Africans SC and Simba SC, meet in an eagerly awaited Mainland Premier League match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam today. Fans who are expected to fill the stadium to capacity look forward to seeing a disciplined and entertaining game as the two sides are by and large the mirror of local soccer.
THE GUARDIAN | 25th Sep 15
The media fraternity this week received very gratifying news. The Tanzania Human Rights Coalition (THRDC), a human rights organisation, distributed 200 special jackets to journalists covering the General Election in 11 regions.
THE GUARDIAN | 24th Sep 15
If the Chinese are not quite everywhere in Africa their numbers, their investments and their trade had mushroomed over the last 10 years. China has been in Africa twice before.
THE GUARDIAN | 23rd Sep 15
Among habits that have been common in Tanzania is negligence or utter disregard of laws and regulations guiding various operations. For instance, it is common to see people carrying out petty business like selling goods at bus stops meant for passengers to alight from or board buses.
THE GUARDIAN | 22nd Sep 15
Lack of political tolerance is admittedly a problem everywhere in the world, however, in Africa and indeed elsewhere, it all too often boils over to outright civil mayhem. Political scientists explain that political intolerance manifests itself when political leaders refuse to give space to opposition parties, effectively trampling the very core of democracy that entitles all to their own opinion, political, religious or otherwise.
THE GUARDIAN | 21st Sep 15
It is, as so often happens, out with dust! That was how Team Tanzania performed in the just-ended All Africa Games in Republic of Congo capital Brazzaville. None of the 40 athletes managed to bring home even the lowest quality medal or come close to win it.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 20th Sep 15
This year’s general election will be the fifth since the introduction of plural democracy that ushered in multipartism, and they are billed to be the hottest since 1995. Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) has won all the four past elections but in all four elections opposition political parties have complained about vote rigging specifically vote stealing by the winning party.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th Sep 15
Listening to the ongoing election campaigns sometimes one may conclude that some candidates think their voters are fools. We deliberately use this term ‘fool’ simply because according to a simple definition, a fool is a person who acts unwisely or imprudently; a silly person.
THE GUARDIAN | 18th Sep 15
Tanzanians, farmers in particular, have reason to rejoice after President Jakaya Kikwete on Wednesday opened a multi-billion-shilling fertiliser terminal in Dar es Salaam. Experts say the “huge godown” is the first of its kind in the country run by Norwegian agricultural company Yara international ASA.
THE GUARDIAN | 17th Sep 15
Tanzania is facing a serious threat from deforestation amid reports that the country is losing an average of 420,000 hectares of forests annually through rampant tree felling. The situation poses a serious threat to the country's economic development.
THE GUARDIAN | 16th Sep 15
Education, as we all know, has no end, but it is common for students to regard completion of educational institutions as enough. Most do not think that they have just embarked on climbing the tall ladder of achievement in their pursuit of further education.
THE GUARDIAN | 15th Sep 15
We are more than delighted to learn that something is being done in response to the weather alerts made by the Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) a few days ago. In its weather forecast, the agency warned about impending El Nino storms falling in some parts of Tanzania in October, which is just around the corner.
THE GUARDIAN | 14th Sep 15
The new Mainland premier soccer league has just kicked off, with 16 teams competing for the silverware at the end of the season in mid-2016. The league serves as a source of income for players, officials and other stakeholders.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 13th Sep 15
Eight political parties have put up presidential candidates for this year’s general election in the United Republic of Tanzania, but more than 12 political parties have put up candidates for Union Parliament and Councillorship.
THE GUARDIAN | 12th Sep 15
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, the longest -serving First Lady of the United States, who held the rank from March 1933 to April 1945 during her husband President Franklin Roosevelt's four terms in office, is remembered for a lot of constructive issues and ideas.
THE GUARDIAN | 11th Sep 15
We are more than thrilled to hear from Chief Justice Mohamed Chande Othman himself that the court in Tanzania reeks of corruption and various other bad practices. Opening a two-day Judiciary workers’ council meeting in Dodoma on Wednesday the CJ said that a recent study shows that members of the public are still largely uncomfortable with the courts in the country.
THE GUARDIAN | 10th Sep 15
With the General Election around the corner, most of the 22 registered political parties have now started campaigns to lure voters in picking their candidates. It is heartening to note that most of the parties pull crowds of anxious people whenever they hold their political rallies.
THE GUARDIAN | 9th Sep 15
By all indications, some politicians are on a noxious mission to tear apart our beloved nation to pieces in their quest to garner votes. These politicians have embarked on dirty campaign tricks, using churches and mosques as springboards from which to woo voters – ahead of the October 25 General Election.
THE GUARDIAN | 8th Sep 15
The Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) has once again been forced to close down two abattoirs this time in Kahama District. What is more appalling this time around is that the abattoirs are operated by local government authorities (LGA).
THE GUARDIAN | 7th Sep 15
After fighting hard enough on home soil to contain visiting Nigeria’s national soccer team (Super Eagles) on Saturday, Taifa Stars must step up performance and post wins in forthcoming African Nations Cup qualifiers.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 6th Sep 15
President Jakaya Kikwete on Friday officiated at an African Open Data Conference organized by the World Bank, where Tanzania joins other African countries moving to put on public accessibility official data that is often locked in agency references.
THE GUARDIAN | 5th Sep 15
Once again Tanzanian voters are witnessing presidential candidates criss-crossing the country canvassing for votes in what observers believe will be an even contest between two major opposing political forces.
THE GUARDIAN | 4th Sep 15
Recent alerts by the Tanzania Meteorological Agency that about the likelihood of extra-heavy rains pounding most parts of the country from any time this month through December are serious business and must be heeded.
THE GUARDIAN | 3rd Sep 15
The Cybercrime Bill President Jakaya Kikwete assented to in April came into effect on Tuesday. Our life today depends on information technology (infotech). From communication, transport, finance and banking, to energy and education, the importance of infotech cannot be overemphasized.
THE GUARDIAN | 2nd Sep 15
A residential house is among three necessities for a human being to lead a decent life. As a matter of fact, for students graduating from educational institutions it is the second priority after landing a job.
THE GUARDIAN | 1st Sep 15
At the speed we are going, almost 2 million people will die every year from preventable road accidents by 2020, warns the United Nations. Half way down the road and the Decade of Action for Road Safety (2011–2020) that was officially proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in March 2010 yet in Tanzania; “road crashes are one of the top five causes of death for children and young people and the number one killer of young men in their twenties,’ reported the Road Safety Roundtable held in Dar es Salaam, September 2013.
THE GUARDIAN | 31st Aug 15
While Mainland Tanzania’s premier soccer league is just about to kick off, newly re-promoted Toto Africa Football Club is swimming in turbulent waters. Toto, which struggled to regain top flight status after two seasons in the First Division League (FDL), looks completely out of shape and unable to prepare for the premiership.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 30th Aug 15
Disqueting reports of all kinds have surfaced over the past few weeks on what is happening in various areas in relation to the biometric voter registration (BVR) cards. There are claims that BVR cards are being held by a certain number of unqualified people whom the various authorities were putting at several thousand, but it is uncertain if the number is realistic.
THE GUARDIAN | 29th Aug 15
The Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance yesterday came out strongly to remind leaders of political parties, contestants and their followers against the use of hate speech and abusive language during this election campaign period.
THE GUARDIAN | 28th Aug 15
The disclosure by the UN Tanzania 2014 Human Development Report that Tanzania ranks 159 among 187 countries in the human development index, gives us a clearer understanding that the economic development we are so proud of, has not benefitted the people at all.
THE GUARDIAN | 27th Aug 15
In July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly created UN Women, the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women. In doing so, UN member states took an historic step in accelerating the organisation’s goals on gender equality and the empowerment of women.
THE GUARDIAN | 26th Aug 15
Benjamin William Mkapa, Tanzania’s President for ten years until his tenure ended in late 2005, is making headlines yet again. But this time it isn’t owing to the controversial mining contracts he hastily signed while in office – giving everything to foreign investors, while leaving the country with nothing but empty holes.
THE GUARDIAN | 25th Aug 15
Tanzania is reputed for being among African countries that have many cattle, and yet it is not using this important wealth to its full. For, traditionally, cattle keepers in Tanzania have only regarded the animals as a sign of wealth and respect in communities.
THE GUARDIAN | 24th Aug 15
The All Africa Games are here again and Tanzania’s contingent of 40 athletes is ready to jet off to the Republic of Congo capital Brazzaville, where the event will be staged. While the rest of us will be at home following the Games on television, the athletes should bear in mind that our biggest interest is for them to bring back medals.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 23rd Aug 15
The warm up is over and the real race has just begun. I mean the race to IKULU, the State House. Unlike in athletics such as 100 metres dash, or marathon, or decathlon where individual prowess matters most, in politics individual charisma and team work share equal prominence.
THE GUARDIAN | 22nd Aug 15
The whistle for election campaigns goes off today in the country, signaling the start of the presidential, parliamentary and councillors’ campaigns. Information from political parties states that CCM will kickstart the marathon campaigns tomorrow at Jangwani grounds while Chadema whose’s candidate is supported by four opposition parties under the umbrella of Coalition of People’s Constitution commonly referred to in Kiswahili as Ukawa are searching for a proper venue after their request to use the National Stadium today was turned down by the government.
THE GUARDIAN | 21st Aug 15
That education is vital to the development of Tanzania is as clear as night follows day. This is why the government and parents give prominence to educating children because they are tomorrow’s leaders.
THE GUARDIAN | 20th Aug 15
Tanzania’s development endeavours have won the country’s recognition. This is so because the government has demonstrated unswerving commitment to bringing forces to the path of development.
THE GUARDIAN | 19th Aug 15
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, according to a famous English saying that is mostly applied in the choice of a spouse to get married to or be friends with. In the Tanzanian context, there are some tribes that give prominence to light complexion of a bride while for some this does not matter at all.
THE GUARDIAN | 18th Aug 15
There is still a lingering perception that cancer and other non-communicable are exclusively for the rich, this myth no longer holds water as we are witnessing more and more cases across all income groups.
THE GUARDIAN | 17th Aug 15
Vodacom Tanzania has increased sponsorship package for the Mainland soccer premiership by a hefty 40 per cent, as it signed a new three-year deal with the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) last week.
GUARDIAN ON SUNDAY | 16th Aug 15
This week the European Commission envoy in the country, Ambassador Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi who is also the chairman of the Budget Support Committee grouping various development partners offered his comments to this newspaper with regard to the coming general elections.
THE GUARDIAN | 15th Aug 15
For any person familiar with the scanning procedures of luggage or cargo at the Julius Nyerere International Airport or lets say any other airport whose operations are up to standard may question how 262 kilogrammes of ivory can pass through the scanners undetected.